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1953 - 1959
Liberation was founded in Johannesburg as a magazine of quality, focusing on issues of concern to Blacks and non-establishment Whites in South Africa. It was subtitled " a journal of democratic discussion", and was aimed at the intellectual elite. Contributors to the magazine include Michael Harmel, H.J. Simons, Joe Slovo, Nelson Mandela, Duma Nokwe, D. Dhlamini, M. Mokgohlwa, G. Fasulo, Helen Joseph, Govan Mbeki, Richard Cope and other critics of apartheid. Written in English, it was published by Daniel Tloome.
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